It's the anti-rig...i.like it but I would love to tidy the desk and clean the screen.
Nice brother in law!
I really like this solution to having the pc on display without losing any disk space.
Looks great where did you get the desktop wallpapers?
ok thanks I will try to find something similar. Which country are you in?
Great build. I would also like to water cool this same GPU and Like you I am not blown away by the look of the waterblock. There is a Barrow block designed for the Ti mini. I wonder if that would fit the 1080 card?
Hi great build! I was wondering where you got the mesh for the panel from?
Ok thank you. Really impressed.
Thanks OK so you modified the existing holes rather than making a completely new mounting piece.
Thank you. I have never done any kind of water cooling let alone hardline. I can imagine how difficult in would be in this case. It sounds too difficult for me.
I would be curious to know what you feel the biggest compromises are with such a build. I see two:
getting enough air through the radiator (based on your temps that doesn't seem to be a problem)
and physical space for storage (without paying a lot for large m.2).
Also I notice you have opted for soft tubing. Could you have chosen hard tube or would that have made it too tricky to get everything to lineup. I would love to have a go doing something like this.
Great job. Did you make the surrounding part that the clear acrylic panel mounts to? If so how and how is that surround secured to case frame?
I find this build inspirational.. would you mind sharing the parts used used in the loop?
Very interesting...take a few better photos...maybe there is "feature" potential here.
Actually really impressive.. Are any other parts brass or just painted to look like it?
Well done..I put the same CPU in my sons computer..good choice!
Great job..lucky kid next door. Sounds like it is worth being helpful in your yard! I noticed your Corsair fans look nice and bright. I have the Cooler master Pro 120 Balance one and find that is not bright at all I am not sure if its just my fan or all of them. Any thoughts?
good idea....having some room to upgrade to 16gig..I possibly should have done the same
Looks good nice one. I built something similar for my son. Its great for gaming with esports titles. On more demanding games probably best to drop the resolution to 720p. (I did use 2 x 4gb sticks of 3200mhz ....i.e dual channel memory)
Love it! Well done.
A GTX1080 and no gaming! Please don't tell me he is just using Excel and writing emails on this rig...
Monitor setup looks like NASA control maybe he needs a decent GPU after all.
I don't mean bios. I just mean in game settings in order to get a decent frame rate. (I have the same GPU as you and think it's pretty good) For example lower anti aliasing .. tinker with other graphics settings, including draw distance and shadows. Lighting effects, including shadows, these tend to be real performance drains, so if you can live with basic effects, you can make a big difference
Essentially, it's a process of trial and error.
Over clocking also possible (if you can bothered) but you need to watch a video or two using MSI afterburner. (There are different types of overclocking CPU, GPU)
Nice one well done. The 1050ti is fine for 1080p just tweak a few in game settings.
Best to link to them for the hardcore that want to see every one. I understand your predicament they are great but suggest 20-30 would be enough...only saying this cos I think many will give up eventually (of old age perhaps!)
Because of the cables you have used I think you should stick with the blood red. I can see its a labour of love well done. Brilliant. My only feedback is despite the great quality of your photos. Less is more...edit them.
Well done. Although you could have used a Ryzen 2200G For slightly more which provides onboard graphics at about gtx 1030 standard.
Being original is in pc builds is difficult. Very impressive.. hats off!
me too ...new cooler cryorig M9 costs peanuts..looks better sounds better than that intel thing!
Pretty Pimped out for a server!!
Pretty damn nerdy but executed brilliantly... respect!
(The tubes look a bit like tentacles. Appropriate.)
Good one...although an SSD as the operating system boot drive makes a big difference.
I would be much more concerned about the quality of the power supply than the wattage. 430 is probably adequate.
I guess we all see the world differently. To me it’s anything but generic. A simple idea executed to perfection and more than worthy of a feature build. One of the best I have ever seen.
He explained in the description..he wanted silence. With this PSU the fans don't turn on under 400w.
This is so refreshingly clean and simple in a world of RGB noise. I love everything about it. If you are going to have a big case then do it like this...it has an industrial elegance. It suits your apartment.
Nice build well done.
aiden: you are out of line and incorrect. That cpu will not bottleneck this GPU unless it’s a cpu intensive game (and few games are). It’s a great build and a perfectly adequate CPU. Well done Kwerpi.
You are a lovely brother! You gave your sister great advice and built a very nice one off machine for her. I built something similar for my son but not to this standard. Well done.
Ok good to confirm thanks. I’m about to do a similar build so I obviously like what you have done.
Shouldn’t the psu be flipped so it’s effectively a closed loop. Then psu would stay cooler and also not creating a negative pressure in the case.
Well done. When you say the bottom front fan is connected to the graphics card, how did you do that? (seems like a good idea)